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Henry Brandon was a Private in the 4th Battalion Suffolk Regiment.

He was born on 15th February, 1918, son of Henry John and Lilian Ethel Brandon of Windsor Avenue, Grays, Essex.

He joined the British Bata Shoe Company on 20th March, 1936, he had previously worked for Williams, London Road, Grays, Essex. He worked in the Upper Manipulation Department of the Leather Factory for 4 years before joining the Army in 1940.

Bata Record 09.11.45
Henry was a prisoner of war in Thailand and died in the Nikki Prisoner of War Camp on the Burma Siam Railway.

He died on Monday 7th June 1943, aged 25.

HENRY PERCIVAL BRANDON
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